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Discover what is happening in the automotive industry! Learn about the most recent car premieres and get the latest press releases as well as their full set of details, photo galleries and videos. Find out what’s going on inside all the car manufacturers: Audi, BMW, and Mercedes-Benz, to name a few.

Just before a hearing was about to take place over a patent infringement claim by Paice LLC against Toyota Motor Corp. before the US International Trade Commission, it was announced...
by - August 25, 2010
Volkswagen AG aims for its all-electric vehicles, which will be launched in 2013, to account for 3% of annual sales by 2018, according to CEO Martin Winterkorn. However, the share...
by - August 25, 2010
Toyota is expecting that the Auris gasoline-electric hybrid will account for 25% of the compact car's sales in Europe. Smaller than the Prius, the Auris hybrid is the first full...
by - August 25, 2010
Volkswagen introduced today a new generation of the top-selling Caddy, a compact van with a practical rear sliding door system has been enhanced in every area. As you can see...
by - August 25, 2010
The surge in demand for German premium brands Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz contributed to European auto production reaching its highest monthly total of 2010. J.D. Power Automotive Forecasting estimates that...
by - August 25, 2010
As you may know already Audi announced that it will end production of the RS6 sports car. In order to celebrate this, Cargraphic gave Audi's RS6 a boost by using...
by - August 25, 2010
This is the 2011 Audi A7 Sportback, a new car from the German manufacturer set to take on the Mercedes-Benz CLS. As you can see from the photos, the new...
by - August 25, 2010
A senior company executive from Volkswagen AG seeks to convince toolmakers of its assembly complex in Mexico (which is its only one in North America) to establish operations near the...
by - August 25, 2010
This is the largest quarterly profit that Volkswagen AG has posted in 2 years and it's largely due to the increase in demand in China and the US for the...
by - August 25, 2010
China's Ministry of Commerce has given its approval of Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co.'s purchase of Ford Motor Co.'s Volvo car unit. This allows the $1.8 billion acquisition, which was...
by - August 25, 2010
Audi's US sales could reach a record 100,000 units this year due to the extra allocation of 5,000 vehicles expected in the second half. These are vehicles diverted from other...
by - August 25, 2010
Ford announced today that it has completed the sale of its Volvo car unit to China's Zhejiang Geely Holding Group for $1.8 billion. Also, Geely announced that Stefan Jacoby, CEO...
by - August 25, 2010
Germany Finance Minister Hartmut Moellring revealed that Lower Saxony, the second-largest shareholder in Volkswagen AG, seeks to sell shares to help lower the budget deficit of the state government. Moellring...
by - August 25, 2010
For the second time in three years, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is investigating Volkswagen's Passat for 2002-03 over complaints of engine compartment fires related to ignition-coil failures. The...
by - August 25, 2010
Sources announced that the all-new Volkswagen Beetle to be launched at next year's Detroit Motor Show will have a "radical design." These company sources told Autocar that VW didn't stop...
by - August 25, 2010
Toyota claims that its conquest ratios have gone back to historical levels, marking the first time since the recalls. Bob Carter, Toyota Division general manager, said that it's typical for...
by - August 25, 2010
Audi's deliveries increased by 7.7% in July as demand from China and the US propelled sales to record levels in both countries. From selling 84,853 units in July 2009, Audi...
by - August 25, 2010
Uncertainty about the safety of the Toyota Camry led to the release of a man convicted for vehicular homicide. Judge Joanne Smith of the District of Ramsey County, Minn., vacated...
by - August 25, 2010
Toyota Motor Corp.'s truck plant in San Antonio, Tex., is now operating in full capacity for the first time since it opened in late 2006, adding 1,000 workers for the...
by - August 25, 2010
After examining data recorders (black boxes), the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration concluded that drivers of Toyota vehicles didn't apply the brakes in at least 35 of 58 crashes blamed...
by - August 25, 2010